Tag Archives: Parent Training

Improving self-regulation for obesity prevention in Head Start: A randomized controlled trial

Lumeng, J.C., Miller, A.L., Horodynski, M.A., Brophy-Herb, H.E., Contreras, D., Lee, H., Sturza, J., Kaciroti, N., & Peterson, K.E. (2017). Improving self-regulation for obesity prevention in Head Start: A randomized controlled trial. Pediatrics, 139(5), 1-10. DOI: 10.1542/peds.2016-2047   An estimated 23% of US preschool-aged children are overweight or obese, with higher rates among lower socioeconomic groups. Interventions that could be widely.
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Incredible Years parent training: What changes, for whom, how, for how long?

Year: 2016 Bibliography: Sebra-Santos, M.J., Gaspar, M.F., Azevedo, A.F., Homem, T.C., Guerra, J., Martins, V., Leitão, S., Pimentel, M., Almeida, M., Moura-Ramos, M. (2016).  Incredible Years parent training: What changes, for whom, how, for how long?  Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 44, 93-104. DOI: 10.1016/j.appdev.2016.04.004. [spacer] Abstract The aims of this study were to examine the.
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Mediators of Change in a Parent Training Program for Early ADHD Difficulties: The Role of Parental Strategies, Parental Self-Efficacy, and Therapeutic Alliance

Rimestad, M.L, O'Toole, M.S., & Hougaard, E. (2017).  Mediators of Change in a Parent Training Program for Early ADHD Difficulties: The Role of Parental Strategies, Parental Self-Efficacy, and Therapeutic Alliance. Journal of Attention Disorders, (published online October 2017). https://doi.org/10.1177/1087054717733043 Abstract Objective: The aim was to explore mediators of change in parent training (PT) for 3-.
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Putting the Prevention of Problems of Living Into Action in New Zealand: The Incredible Years Series of Parent, Teacher, and Child Programmes

Stanley, P. & Stanley, L. (2018). Putting the Prevention of Problems of Living Into Action in New Zealand: The Incredible Years Series of Parent, Teacher, and Child Programmes. Journal of the New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists 28(2), 9-15. [spacer] Abstract This submission to the New Zealand Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction.
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The extended school aged Incredible Years parent programme

Year: 2011 Bibliography: Hutchings, J., Bywater, T., Williams, M.E., Whitaker, C., Lane, E., & Shakespeare, K. (2011). The extended school aged Incredible Years parent programme. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 16(3), 136-143. DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-3588.2010.00590.x. [spacer] Abstract Developed to improve parenting skills, parenting programmes have been shown to be effective and cost-effective interventions for.
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The long-term effectiveness and clinical significance of three cost-effective training programs for families with conduct-problem children

Year: 1989 Bibliography: Webster-Stratton, C., Hollingsworth, T., & Kolpacoff, M. (1989). The long-term effectiveness and clinical significance of three cost-effective training programs for families with conduct-problem children. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 57(4), 550-553.
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Abstract We evaluated the long-term effectiveness of three cost-effective parent training programs for conduct-problem children. One.
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Understanding the Needs, Preferences, and Feasibility for Parent Training in Hmong Americans

Zhou, X., Lee, R.M., Ohm, J., & Khuu, B. (2018). Understanding the Needs, Preferences, and Feasibility for Parent Training in Hmong Americans. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 9(1), 62-71. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/aap0000095 [spacer] Abstract To provide a culturally competent parent training program for Hmong American parents, we sought to identify their cultural preferences and parenting needs,.
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Using the Incredible Years Parent Program to Help Parents Promote Children’s Healthy Life Style and Well-Being

Webster-Stratton, C. (2018). Using the Incredible Years Parent Program to Help Parents Promote Children’s Healthy Life Style and Well-Being (Unpublished paper). Incredible Years, Inc., Seattle, WA. [spacer] Abstract It is well established that parents have a critical influence on the development of positive health habits and childhood development (Golan, 2006). Parents influence the food.
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